Welcome to US Business Funding Solutions


We have found our niche when it comes to business funding education and grant one-on-one training.

If you want to become a successful business owner who has a special ability to envision and commit to lofty funding goals for your business, let us take you to the top of the funding pyramid and show you how to become one of the millions of Americans who will receive special funding this year for their business, their education, real estate investments or any other worth while venture

If you are serious enough about funding your new or existing business or other worthwhile endeavor and have the willingness to put in the time and effort necessary to achieve your funding goals, we have the right people in place waiting to guide you every step of the way.

If you have the strength to persevere through a few bumps in the road along the way, and you understand that the money can come from a variety of sources such as: U. S. federal or local government, non-profit organizations, foundations, private donors, sponsors, government contracts, loans, angel investors, and/or venture capitalists, then U.S. Business Funding Solutions has a wealth of knowledge on how to tap into these sources for your business and other funding needs.

If you are teachable and have the ability to accept advice from our team of professionals who assist and train people just like you and who are qualified to train people in all 50 states, let our team of professionals start working with you today. They are in touch with funding opportunities on a daily basis, and they are constantly researching new grant opportunities for their clients as they become available.

If you are truly serious about increasing your odds of receiving a grant, you do so when you work with a professional who will give you the knowledge, strategies, and tools that you need to pursue your lofty personal and financial goals.

Who We Are

What Our Clients Are Saying

"I got the Business Plan. It looks great. Thank you for your hard work. Couldn't have done this without you. Again thank you so much. "

– Bonnie

"I approved my beautifully done business plan. It looks really good. I also appreciate your sending me the grant leads. I am filtering through them and applying to them as I can."

– Christie

"Thank you so much, your doing a great job, keep those Funding Applications coming."

"We have worked very hard on the Shufflebowl 300 for several years now. In the end, it evolved into a game table with more than 50 different games which can be played no matter the age, size, or disability the user may have. Woodrow is helping us work."

– Annette & Jim S

"I am so excited about the grant I got! I could not have done it without you. Our Monday nights have paid off. I appreciate all that you have taught me and been very supportive. Always a phone call away. Thank you, let's keep up the good work."

– Cynthia S.

"I couldn't be happier with the business plan!! You exceeded my expectations, which were very high!"

– Shannon

Funding News

Fisher School of Pharmacy receives $1.4 million grant

The Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College has received a $1.4 million grant to outfit laboratory facilities and equipment, college officials announced Wednesday. The grant was awarded from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grants Program, which is administered by the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. The funds will be used to outfit a cell culture laboratory, pharmaceutics/analytical laboratory and pharmacy practice laboratory with new equipment.

Berkshire Bank announces $2 million in grants

Berkshire Bank Foundation awarded a total of $1,518,133 in grants to non-profit organizations in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Vermont during 2014, the bank said Thursday in a news release. The grants supported important education and community development initiatives as well as health and human service and cultural programs. In addition, Berkshire Bank provided $500,622 in community sponsorships, raising Berkshire's total contributions in the community to over $2

Eastlake, Mentor among communities getting grants to clean up Lake Erie shoreline

Eastlake and Mentor will share in a state grant program designed to spruce up the Lake Erie shoreline. In Eastlake, its $1,017 grant will go toward twice weekly litter pick-up and cleanup of the Eastlake-CEI seawall fishing access site, located at the end of Erie Road. This cleanup will be conducted by community service participants. With financial assistance, the city of Eastlake will pay for supplies and disposal fees.

Orange Beach Arts Center gets grants

A grant of $3000, awarded to The Hot Shop, will provide financial assistance for artists’ fees and hot glass studio expenses involved with the Glass Art Educational Programs including workshops, classes and demonstrations. The Hot Shop educational programs incorporate the science and art of glass blowing. Local and regional field trips and classes of elementary, high school and college students allow The Hot Shop to spark the minds and imaginations of all ages.

Vanderhoef: $2.6 M in Block Grants Awarded

County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef and Director of Community Development Joe Abate met Tuesday morning to announce the recipients of the 2012 Community Development Block Grant Awards. $2,656,071 in HUD (Housing and Urban Development) grants were awarded to Rockland not-for-profit organizations, towns and villages that provide social services, housing, and revitalization and improvement programs for Rockland residents in lower-to-moderate income brackets.

Fed Grants Awarded To Begin Addressing Bullying And Safe Schools

The U.S. Department of Education announced Oct. 5 the awarding of $38.8 million in grants to 11 states from a new Safe and Supportive School program. The timing comes just days after a media blitz about the suicides of six teenagers, at least four of whom were bullied for being gay or being perceived as gay. But anybody who knows Washington knows Tuesday’s grants weren’t made in reaction to the recent news

Arts grants awarded

The Jackson County Cultural Coalition, funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust, will give $17,000 in grants to 16 cultural organizations at its annual awards ceremony 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, in the large meeting room at the Medford library. In addition to the awards ceremony, Ballet Folklorico Ritmo Alegre will perform and students at Sams Valley Elementary will display artwork. Awards will be given to the following groups. Ashland Gallery Association will get $950 to help purchase art materials and supplies for Ashland High School students and for volunteer artists exhibiting in Ashland Gallery Association galleries.